New Transport Solutions

Whether their expanding services, accelerating deliveries, or simply keeping their people moving, here's a collection of stories from businesses working to drive their business forward

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How your business's approach to mobility can make a real difference

How employees travel to work is changing. Here’s how a new approach can benefit your business, and the planet.

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Solving That Last Mile Problem

We look at creative solutions for one of transport’s biggest, and oldest, headaches.

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ULEZ has arrived. Here's what it means for businesses driving in London

London’s Ultra Low Emissions Zone, or ULEZ, has launched. Be informed with our need-to-know guide.

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How C-V2X technology will connect cars (and scooters, and bikes, and people, and everything)

The way our cities look, and the way we move through them, is set to change—and soon. Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything, or C-V2X, is poised to transform cities with connected traffic flows, reducing congestion and making our roads safer and less polluted.

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Why Helsinki Leads the World in MaaS

Nicknamed “the Netflix of mobility”, MaaS Global is the acclaimed Finnish creator of the app Whim. The app asks users to enter their destination and then calculates the best route, taking into account cost and including public transport, taxis and car rentals, depending on the route in question.

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Smart London: The Future of Our City

Perhaps it’s no surprise, then, that London is setting bold ambitions for the future. Last year, London Mayor Sadiq Khan said it was his intention to turn London into the world’s leading “smart city”, a city, put simply, that exploits recent developments in data collection and wider technology to make the lives of their inhabitants easier. And the more populous the city, the more significant the impact: London is home to 8.7 million people.

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How to Create a Sustainable Transport System

Transport is key when it comes to creating sustainable, “smart” cities that can withstand the challenges of population growth and rapid urbanisation, while minimising environmental impact.

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What Is Maas And Why Will It Be So Important?

The way we move is changing, and fast. More of us already take on-demand mobility for granted, whether we’re catching a ride via Uber or Lyft, using city bikes, or grabbing a car only when we need it via the Zipcar app.

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How to Develop a Zero-Carbon City

The idea of a city without exhaust pipes might seem like a pipe dream. But many architects and developers are working with governments to go even further, creating cities that run entirely on renewable energy, with the goal of having zero carbon emissions.